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Provinces haven’t stopped boreal caribou’s decline, federal report confirms

Credit: YinYang

On October 31, 2017, Environment Canada released its long-awaited report summarizing the implementation progress of federal recovery strategy for boreal caribou. In 2012, provinces and territories were given five years to develop and finalize plans to effectively protect critical caribou habitat. Not a single province met the deadline.

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Thanks for helping to protect nature in Ontario

Happy Thanksgiving! We want to take this opportunity to share with you some of the great work that’s been done so far this year for Ontario’s wild species and spaces. These are examples of what’s possible with support of nature lovers like you.

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Fall bird migration begins in Ontario

Great-blue heron; Credit: Peter Ferguson

The start of fall is an exciting time for bird enthusiasts as summer fledglings become air-borne adults and join others of their kind on route to warmer climes. This mass exodus is happening all around us.

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Fall migration in Ontario: Test your bird identification skills

ruby throated hummingbird; Credit: Noah Cole

As summer winds to a close, bird migration season begins! Birds will make the long journey from Ontario to their overwintering habitats. 

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Attending the Youth Summit for Biodiversity and Environmental Leadership

Credit: Brendan Toews

Ontario Nature Youth Council member Claire Saramaki shares her experiences as an attendee at the Youth Summit for Biodiversity and Environmental Leadership.

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